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2015: The Year of the In-House Advertiser

As we wrap up and look back at 2014, a few trends stand out: Programmatic media buying Real-time bidding Mobile Why is in-house advertising set to take off? It’s pretty clear that these “trends” aren’t going anywhere — they’re pieces of a movement. We’re in the middle of a massive shift from traditional marketing tactics like print, billboards and TV toward data-driven marketing channels like search and social media, necessitated by customers moving to mobile. Online companies live and die […]

A Coming of Age Moment For Social Advertising

In case you missed it, TechCrunch covered our announcement of extending Nanigans software to mobile ad exchanges with an article titled “Facebook’s Top Ad Seller Nanigans Expands To Twitter’s MoPub After Hitting $500M A Year In Spend.” In the words of tech journalist Josh Constine, “The Nanigans expansion beyond Facebook is somewhat of a coming of age moment for social advertising.” There are several reasons why our integration with a mobile exchange is such big news for digital marketers; here are a […]

The Future of Real-Time Bidding is In-House [White Paper]

The International Data Corporation (IDC) projects that over 40% of digital ad inventory will be sold and purchased through RTB by 2017. Mastering RTB, especially mobile RTB, will give you and your company a competitive advantage in the next few years. Related Posts: Passport to Profit: The Massive Mobile Opportunity for Travel Marketers VentureBeat’s Mobile Summit: The Future is Now The Role Social and Mobile Plays in Travel Bookings A Coming of Age Moment For Social Advertising

The Biggest Disruption in Ad Tech

This spring when we announced Nanigans commitment to SaaS, VentureBeat’s John Koetsier reached out inquiring about a comment our co-founder and CEO Ric Calvillo made regarding “the biggest disruption in ad tech.” Ric recently expanded on his comment in an interview with John, going in-depth to explain Nanigans focus on delivering more value to end advertisers through a SaaS platform enabling publisher-direct media buying – and in doing so, removing the media markup costs of traditional ad tech middlemen. An excerpt from […]